This article provides the process to set up the backup path to NAS (Network Attached Storage) when Kerio Connect is running on Linux.
Access to Kerio Connect server
- Install the
curlftpfspackage from the sources.
Please note that the Curlftpfs should be on 0.9.1 version, as the more recent 0.9.2 version is not compatible with Kerio Connect. For more information on the installation process, please refer to the Curlftpfs 0.9.1 Installation Guide.
- Create a mounting point by using the
mkdircommand. Here is an example for the command:
- Run the
curlftpfscommand with your credentials to mount your remote FTP site.
Find below sample access credentials and the mount command that correspond to them.
- Username: ftp-user
- Password: ftp-pass
- Host/IP: my-ftp-location.local
curlftpfs ftp-user:email@example.com /mnt/my_ftp/
- Wait for the mounting point to complete the process.
The remote FTP location is now mounted as a folder and is successfully recognized by Kerio Connect.